02.05.2019

6 May: Panorama:Uni "Posten. Liken. Teilen. Social Media - alles was Recht ist"

Almost every second an Austrian is on Facebook. Why do people use digital forums? Where does freedom of expression on the Internet end, and where does criminalization begin? The communication scientist, Christine Lohmeier, and the criminal law expert, Nina Marlene Schallmoser, will discuss this topic.

Wann: Montag, 6. Mai 2019, 19 Uhr

Wo: Panoramabar Lehen, Schumacherstraße 14, 5020 Salzburg

Im Anschluss laden wir zum Umtrunk.

Bitte um Anmeldung unter Angabe Ihres Namens, Ihrer Telefonnummer und Emailadresse sowie der Teilnehmeranzahl unter Tel. 0662-8044-2438 oder Panoramauni@sbg.ac.at.  

Hier geht's zum Livestream: https://panorama-uni.at/

Mag. G. Pfeifer

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Universität Salzburg

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